90s music

"Any Time, Any Place" Janet Jackson: The Queen of Slow Jams #SlowJamsCanHealUs

"Any Time, Any Place" Janet Jackson: The Queen of Slow Jams #SlowJamsCanHealUs

All this year, Queue Points is celebrating slow jams through our series Slow Jams Can Heal Us. In this episode of the Queue Points Podcast, hosts DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray delve deep into the cultural impact of Janet Jackson, particularly focusing on her mastery of slow jams. They reminisce about J...

The Overweight Lover MC Heavy D: Hip Hop Pioneer and Bridge Builder
July 03, 2024
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The Overweight Lover MC Heavy D: Hip Hop Pioneer and Bridge Builder

In this episode of Queue Points podcast, co-hosts Jay Ray and DJ Sir Daniel delve into the legacy of Dwight Myers, better known as Heavy D. They discuss the many ways Heavy D influenced the hip-hop scene, from his groundbreaking music to his significant contributions behind the scenes. Reflecting o...

"Optimistic" by The Sounds of Blackness: The New Black National Anthem?
June 18, 2024
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"Optimistic" by The Sounds of Blackness: The New Black National Anthem?

In this episode, DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray explore the timeless impact of 'Optimistic' by The Sounds of Blackness, a song that's been uplifting our spirits since 1991. They discuss the song's significance in Black music history, its continued relevance today, and why it could be considered a new Bl...

"Iesha," Kris Kross and the Child Icons of 90s Music
June 11, 2024
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"Iesha," Kris Kross and the Child Icons of 90s Music

In this episode of Queue Points, DJ Sir Daniel and Jay Ray dive into the world of kid music stars who became icons. They discuss the impact and legacy of Tracie Spencer and groups such as The Boys, Another Bad Creation (ABC), Immature, and Kris Kross, noting how ABC's "Iesha" kicked off a new renai...